Paying for the arts / edited by Harry Hillman-Chartrand, Williams S. Hendon, Harold Horowitz

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Hillman-Chartrand, Harry [ed.] | Horowitz, Harold [ed.] | Hendon, William S [ed.] | Association for Cultural Economics.
Publisher: Akron : Association for Cultural Economics, 1987Description: 302 p.Summary: This is Volume II of three of the Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Cultural Economics held May 12, 13, and 14, 1986 at the Palace of the Popes in Avignon, France. In this book 26 authors from 11 countries Austria, Australia, Canada, Finland, Hungary, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America present 25 research papers concerning different aspects of arts funding. All papers, except this introduction, were prepared for presentation at the 4th International Conference on Cultural Economics and Planning held at Avignon, in the south of France, in May 1986. Before exploring the range of experience and opinion reflected in these articles, it is appropriate to create a context for considering arts funding in differing national cultures and traditions. Five variations will be presented on the general theme that the changing role and status of the arts reflects general social evolution. The five variations are: Culture and Art; Culture and Economy; Art and Law; Art and Economy; and Politics and Arts Funding. (Font: Introducció)
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Introduction -- Cultural Economics of Arts Funding: Five Variations on a Theme / Harry Hillman Chartrand -- International Comparison of Public Funding: Issues in International Comparison of Public Support: A Panel Discussion / Harold Horowitz -- Towards International Evaluation of Arts Council Funding / Harry Hillman Chartrand -- Issues and Means of Government Funding: Cultural Accounting Frameworks: Prospects and Problems / Leif Gouiedo -- Financing of Cultural Activities in Finland / Eeva-Sisko Veikkola -- Taxing the Media for Support of the Live Arts in Austria / Kurt Blaukopf -- Supporting State Cultural Development with Non-Appropriated Funds in the 1980s / Peter deCourcy Hero -- Public Decision-Making and Municipal Arts E:a:penditure in Sweden / Abdul Khakee -- Financing Culture at the Local Level in Italy / Carla Bodo -- Problems In Cultural Policy: Democratization of Culture and Cultural Democracy in Canada / Jiri Zuzanek -- Financing Culture in a Centrally Planned Economy / Miklos Marschall -- Cultural Policy and Practice: The Reality Gap in Australia / Peter Brokensha -- The Glory of the Regions? The Arts Council's Development Strategy in Northern England / Ken Harrop -- Cultural Policy and the Information Society / Bengt Lidstróm -- Culture and the Social Order / Tetsunori Koizumi -- Making the Arts Institution More Efficient: The Effectiveness of Museum Fund-Raising Efforts / William Luksetich, Mark Lange, Philip Jacobs -- The Economic Efficiency of Arts Centres / E.T. Grist -- Economic Cooperation Among Performing Arts Centers / Geraldine M. Otremba -- Improving Attendance and Revenues at Historic Restorations / James C. Makens -- Economic Impact of the Arts: The Economic Impact of the Arts in Amsterdam / F. Van Puffelen -- The Role of Economics in Evaluating Public Investment in the Arts / Frank L. Graves -- What Program Evaluation Studies Can Teach Us / David Black -- Culture and Tourism / S.E. Varette -- Cultural Policy in the Economic Development of India / J .S. Narayan Rao -- The Economic Value of Urban Heritage / Margot G. Van Den Berg-Mey

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